Drug and Substance Abuse

Mom shares harrowing picture of hospitalized daughter to warn others on ecstasy

Ecstasy pills, which contain MDMA as their main chemical, are pictured in this undated handout photo courtesy of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). (REUTERS/U.S. DEA/Handout via Reuters)

Ecstasy pills, which contain MDMA as their main chemical, are pictured in this undated handout photo courtesy of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). (REUTERS/U.S. DEA/Handout via Reuters)

A mother has pleaded with youngsters to avoid taking Ecstasy – after posting pictures of her teenage daughter in a coma after she popped a pill.

Devastated Kerry Robinson took to Facebook to reveal the shocking dangers of taking the drug.

She added to her warning by showing her 16-year-old daughter Leah in a hospital coma after taking Ecstasy over Christmas.

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Kerry, of Wigan, a town in Greater Manchester, England, explained how her family’s own scare with Ecstasy came after Leah took what was believed to be the drug at a local party.

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